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"she's still at school... she's still using the same restrooms... she's still got her phone... tell me what universe that would happen... anywhere else." (justine) now at ten.... the parents of a 16-year-old girl are outraged tonight after their daughter was filmed using the bathroom at school. it happened at san ramon valley high school in danville... the teen's parents are upset and disturbed about what happened... but they are also criticizing the school because they say the accused teen has not been removed from the campus.. that's where we find kron 4's ella sogomonian is live in danville... with details on this case...
(ella sogomonian) the accused teen was arrested and charged for invasion of privacy but she is still attending san ramon valley high with the victim.her parents want the girl off campus and out of their daughter's life. these danville parents are asking the san ramon valley unified school district to remove a girl accused of cyber bullying their daughter.they say their 16-year-old was filmed inside a san ramon valley high school's bathroom stall after cross country practice by another athelete who was suspended for three days but is now back on campus. sot: denise lynch, victim's mom//"i'm deeply disappointed in the school system we have a clear victim and a
perpetrator."they say it happened last novemeber but their daughter hadn't known of the video posted on social media until april when their home was vandalized - that led her to question and find the perpetrator.the parents say the video was found on the student's phone and she was suspended for three days.but having her remain at that school causes anxiety for their teen.her father feels if this case didn't involve another girl or a public space it would be handeld more strictly.sot: sean lynch, victim's dad//"if this act, this crime, had been committed by a janitor would he or she still be on campus? not on your life!"the school district responded to kron 4 listing five categories for mandatory expulsion under the california education code - of which this incident doesn't fit.sot: sean lynch, victim's dad//"that's ridiculous. piracy doesn't fall under the guidelines of their education code. all kinds of crimes don't. you don't let the rules get in the way of doing the right thing." the school district couldn't say more on the case because the two involved are minors. but add they have a policy that prohibits bullying of any student or employee and they take these matters seriously.
but the lynch's don't feel enough is being done to show other students there are consequences to such actions. (ella sogomonian)the lynch's don't feel enough is being done by the school district to show other students there are consequences to such actions. they say the point here isn't to taint the girl's life over this but instead to remove her from this campus to create a comfortable learning environment for their daughter. live in danville ella sogomonian kron 4 news. (justine) a popular water slide at the brand new dublin water park ...will be closed for a third day tomorrow...aft er a boy was ejected from it. watch what happened at "the wave water park". a the ten-year-old boy falls out of the "emerald plunge water slide" and lands on the cement. the parks and rec
director says the boy walked away with scratches. the slide was closed yesterday and today... and will be closed tomorrow as well. tomorrow authorities will speak with the manufacturer of the slide... to help determine what caused the problem. (justine) another story we are following... the search has been called of for a man who disappeared in the waters of the delta after jumping off a boat. the coast guard says... the 53-year-old man jumped into the water to retrive a hat... around 5 last night.. near the antioch bridge. other people on the boat tried to rescue the man but lost sight of him. according to the coast guard, the man was not a good swimmer and was not wearing a life vest. (justine) another story tonight.... for the sixth time this year... san jose police shot and killed a suspect. the deadly shooting unfolded just after midnight.. when police responded to a disturbance call. kron 4's alecia reid has details from the police chief... about why the officers felt they needed to fire their weapons. natsot- he was left with no
other choiceat least one shot was fired . now a tenant from donner lofts is dead. sot - this is tragic for the suspect and the suspect's family2 san jose officers responded to a call about a disturbance at 158 east st. john street. when they got to the apartment, the suspects inside refused to open the door. police chief eddie garcia says the officers saw flames and smoke seeping through the cracks and decided to force themselves in.sot - fearing for the lives of the occupants inside, they pushed the door opensot - the investigation determined, the fire was intentionally set by one of the suspects in an effort to deter the officers once inside, san jose's top cop says the officers were immediately confronted by 2 suspects. one was subdued, the other was armed with an axe. at first he discarded it but ..sot - the suspect then rearmed himself with the axe and it was not until he started threatening the officers with the axe, and
began to advance on the officers, that the officer was given no other choice than to discharge his firearm in defense of his life and the defense of other lives in the immediate areathe chief says that was a last resort using a taser had no effect on the 35 year old suspect, who police later found out had a history of mental illness.sot - the suspect had numerous priors for violence, weapons, drugs, and prior contacts for mental illness. in fact he's been previously admitted to mental institutionsthis is san jose's 6th officer involved shooting this year. chief garcia says they all have one commonality.sot - what i'll tell you is that all 6 have to do with mental illness, and so that's concerning to methe officer that discharged his weapon will be placed on routine administrative leave. the santa clara district attorney's office, as well as san jose pd's homcide unit are conducting a joint criminal
investigation.chief garcia says the d-a will release body cam footage once the investigation is complete. reporting in san jose.. (justine) and people in this san jose neighborhood are reacting to this latest officer involved shooting. people in the building say police are called to the area a lot. many people we spoke with say they've witnessed fights and drug deals. but never expected to hear of an officer involved shooting.(sot) (justine) tonight a multi-agency investigation is underway to determine what happened... dry weather and seasonable temperatures are forecast
(justine) uber ceo travis kalanick's parents were involved in a boating accident this holiday weekend ... his mother died. and his father is badly injured. you are looking at new photos released tongiht of the boat the family was riding in before the crash... reporter cory james explains what caused the deadly accident. --nats--as patrol boats skidded across pine flat lake friday....ambulances raced to the spot of a boating accident, where authorities say the parents of uber ceo travis kalanick went missing in the upper kings river.three weeks ago kalanick -- on twitter -- shared this picture of his parents at the kentucky derby. his caption saying "hello louisville!! 1st derby with mom and dad"the couple were longtime boaters and were out together in fresno county when
their boat hit a rock.passing boaters noticed the debris hours later and notified authorities.--nats--kalanick's 78-year-old father, donald, was brought up on a stretcher from the waterways and was airlifted to the hospital.his 71-year-old mother, bonnie, however, died at the scene. uber released a statement reading: "last night travis and his family suffered an unspeakable tragedy. his mother passed away in a devastating boating accident near fresno and his father is in serious condition. our thoughts and prayers are with travis and his family in this heartbreaking time."action news has also learned from uber the victims have a son who is a fresno firefighter. but the department in not commenting at this time. (justine) that was cory james reporting. the autopsy on bonnie kalanick was done earlier today... the result will be released sometime this week. (justine) in san francisco, a security guard is now under arrest after a deadly shooting outside a bar on mission street. kron four's spencer blake has details from the excelsior district, where a man was killed right on the sidewalk.
la oficina cocktail lounge is the only bar for a few blocks on this part of mission street, but neighbors say there's not usually anything crazy going on.but just after midnight sunday morning, a man who lives around the corner was starting to doze off when he heard two pops."pretty clear it was a handgun. probably semi-automatic because it was, ya know, pop pop."by the time he got to the window, police cars had already arrived.soon they were blocking off the street. douglas argueta was working security at la oficina.he was inside while the other guard was outside the front door. suddenly he radiod to argueta, calling for help."i ask him over here, 'what happened? what happened? what happened?' 'he attacking me! he attacking me!'"argueta guesses it took him eight to ten seconds to get outside, and by then, the other guard had already fired his weapon, and a man was lying dead on the sidewalk with another man crying over his body."i tell him, 'use the pepper spray, ya know?' he says, 'i don't have no time! no time! it already happened.'" within a half hour, police arrested the guard who shot the man outside.they haven't
told us his name yet.even after being cleaned, blood stains are still visible on the concrete.one of the bartenders at la oficina says she recognizes the man who was killed."she said those guys were here earlier around 9, in the bar, drinking."meanwhile, police have been trying to collect surveillance video from the many cameras mounted right outside.the case is under investigation as a homicide.in san francisco, spencer blake, kron four news. "i love my wife, i love my kids they would not let me live and let live."(justine) coming up on kron4 news at ten... a man in mississippi is now under arrest after a shooting rampage killed eight people including a sehrrif's deputy... tonight we hear his confession..(justine) plus... a brush fire is growing in the southern california... we'll tell you how many acres have burned and what may have started it... (justine) and after the break... many people are out enjoying the memorial day
nats geesealong the american river, the sounds of wildlife will soon be replaced with these...nats pumpair pumps filling rafts, as memorial day, the unofficial start of summer, kicks off the rafting season.matt gilbert, visiting from the east bay "looks like we're going to have a blast in the water over here!"and as is the case with most major summer holidays, alcoholic beverages were banned on the river this weekend.alex lopez, rafter"i mean it's whatever you know, we're still going to have fun. we'll find other ways we'll make it happen." however, unlike in years past, rangers were not checking the coolers of rafters getting into the water.in fact the only rangers we saw, were instead searching this uhaul which had a flat tire.but we're told, a boat was enforcing the alcohol ban farther down river.matt gilbert, rafter"i'm sure if it would have been allowed, we would have brought some."one change this year, is on the american river footbridge, where storms knocked out the west side railing.now a construction fence will prevent people from jumping off the bridge... an illegal act rangers had to issue many ticket for last year.michele
virgen"we like to watch all the crazy rafters."up on the shore, michele virgen and her husband ralph enjoy sitting in the shade watching the river. but unfortunately they've started to notice a dangerous trend.michele virgen"we've seen about 25 people with... "life jackets but unfortunately most of them don't so we pray that they're all going to be well and safe." nats raft into waterlife vests are still free this summer, but many are opting to not use them.alex lopez, rafter"how's the water?""it's actually pretty refreshing today. it's kind of hot out but i'm liking it."(but with)"you going to wear a life vest out there?" "nah i got two right here man, haha!" (justine) a section of a southern california coast has been closed again for the second time this weekafter at least four sharks were spotted close to shore. government officials in san clemente say the area south of the beach's pier is closed. and closures were ordered in the same area about a week ago and
earlier this week... after two dozen great whites were seen. on tuesday a fisherman hooked a 12-foot shark from a pier and released it. just last month a woman was injured by a 10-foot white shark at san onofre state beach, which is south of san clemente. (justine) new at 10. cal fire officials are urging people to be cautious about the increased danger of fire during this memorial day. officals urge safety and preparedness when outside. anyone who plans on camping is asked to check local fire restrictions in their area. people traveling by car are reminded to properly maintain their vehiclesmake sure nothing is dragging on the ground. and when towing, drivers are urged to make sure trailer chains are properly secured. since january first... cal fire cres have responded to over 1-thousand wildfires. (justine) more than 100 firefighters are trying to contain a brush fire in los angeles. according to los angeles fire officials... the fire has burned 30 acres near
the city's affluent brentwood neighborhood. as of right now no structures are threatened.... but five were evacuated as a precaution. the flames have created a massive cloud of smoke. fire officials say winds of up to ten-miles-an-hour are spreading the fire. so far-- there are no reports of injuries. fire crews say the cause of the fire was accidental and was possibly caused by a person trying to clear brush with a metal rake...which can spark fires. (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence karnow. dry weather and seasonable temperatures are forecast through monday. slight cooling along with a
francisco. two kite surfers were rescued from the ocean after one of their kite's became entangled with a buoy. it happened just after seven this tonight in the waters off candlestick point. the two men, an instructor in his early 20's and a man in his 40's were unable to get back to shore...after the older man's kite got caught with a buoy. luckily the younger man was able to circle back to the trapped surfer..and stayed with him until rescue crews arrived. both men were taken to the hospital...and are in good condition. (justine) coming up... a navy skydiver dies when his parachute fails to open during a fleet week celebration ... details on the investigation next...(justine) and after the break... we'll tell you how the people of manchester are honoring the 22 victims killed after the suicide concert
news... thousands of people in manchester put on their running shoes for "the great manchester run" today. it is the biggest event since monday's terror attack. 35-thousand people packed the city center... heavily watched by security. everyone taking a stand for the 22 people murdered just days ago, including seven of the city's children. many runners wore yellow ribbons in a show of solidarity for the victims. others had the names of the victims pinned to their shirts.(reporter): "did you have second thoughts about being here today given the week?"(woman): "no it made me want to do it more actually. it made me more determined to come together and show we won't be defeated." not far from the run... people stood in a long line, waiting to leave flowers and messages at the city's growing memorial.
this is just one of the memorials around the city. (justine) other people are honoring victims of the bombing by displaying the city's traditional symbol-- the bee. it has been displayed throughout the city... and now people are getting tattoos of the insect. the bee traditionally symbolized a "hive of activity"... now it represents those lost and stands for the city's strength and unity. the idea was started by a tattoo artist who wanted to raise money for the victims and their families. he asked people to donate about 60-dollars before getting a tattoo. (unidentified woman): "it's something i'll have forever. and i know that when i look back on it i'll know that i helped." the idea caught on - and now people in the u-s and other countries are jumping on the bandwagon. the original tattoo artist says he has already raised more than 38-thousand dollars. (justine) still ahead... president donald trump is back on u-s soil after wrapping up his first overseas trip... find out why
"i love my wife. i love my kids. they would not let me live."(justine) now at 10:30.. a shooting suspect screamed and shouted... as authorities arrested him. the shooting spree police say he is responsible for ...left eight people dead in rural mississippi... and one of the victims is a sheriff's deputy. the man now under arrest...confessing to part of the rampage... ....... "my pain wasn't designed for him. he was just there." suspect willie cory godbolt confessed to a reporter.. to at least part of the rampage
it all began with a call to police about 35-year old godbolt arguing with his estranged wife about their children.when the shootings stoppedwhile in handcuffs.. godbolt offered an apology. cory godbolt/murder suspect: "we was talking about me trying to take the children. and her sister and aunty called the police. i was having a conversation with her stepdaddy and her mama and her, my wife, about me taking my children home. and somebody called the officer, people that didn't even live at the house. that's what they do. they intervene. it cost him his life. i'm sorry." 36-year-old sheriff's deputy william durr is among the dead. he was a two-year veteran of the lincoln county sheriff's department.the sheriff remembers him as a man with "a heart of gold", who was married and had an 11-year-old son.the 7 other victims include 4 women, 1 man and two boys killed in 3 different locations.warren strain communication director,
mississippi department of public safetyit's a very broad area because there are 3 crime scenes. there are a lot of resources being used to investigate this series of crimes.godbolt.. admitted to the reporter he wanted to die. cory godbolt/murder suspect: "death. death. my intentions was to have y'all to kill me. i ran out of bullets.""suicide by cop was my intention. i ain't fit to live. not after what i've done. not in y'all eyes. not in nobody eye's, but god. he forgives you for everything." (justine) the suspect is in the hospital being treated for a gunshot wound. he has not yet been charged. (justine) an elite navy skydiver was killed in a parachuting incident during "fleet week new york". the team, known as the leap frogs, were conducting a coordinated jump when the navy seal landed in the hudson river. (sot) "the navy seal's parachute failed to open properly and he landed in the water adjacent to liberty state park. he was
retrieved immediately by u.s. coast guard personnel and the jersey city fire department marine unit, who were specifically standing by in vessels to support the event. he was taken to jersey city medical center where i'm sad to say he was pronounced dead at 1:10pm this afternoon." (justine) military officials say they are notifying the service member's family. (justine) in world news tonight... coming out of north korea... u-s and south korean military officials say the nation fired another test-missile monday morning. this is video of previous missiles launched by north korean forces. u-s military officials say the test-missile flew for about six minutes before landing in the ocean. north korea has increased its test-firing of ballistic missiles over recent months... the nation is working to build nuclear- tipped missiles that can reach the u-s mainland. military official say that goal is years away... but each new test puts north korea closer to success. (justine) president donald trump is back on u-s soil... following his first trip to europe and the middle east
since taking office. reporter david daniel explains how russia trumoil is at the center of his homecoming. nats president trump and first lady melania back in d.c. sunday ...after wrapping up his first overseas trip as commander in chief.the nine day trip began with a lavish welcome in saudi arabia.. from there, the president went to israel, and to rome for a visit with the pope.he wrapped the trip with a speech to the troops at a u.s. military base in italy. pres. trump: "i think we hit a home run no matter where we are." some lawmakers felt the president's trip was a success. sen. lindsey graham / -r- south carolina: "i thought it was an overall good trip, reassured israel, good message to saudi arabia."but not all agree...feeling more could have been done.. sen. cory booker / -d- new jersey: "here in europe there are a lot of folks waiting to hear things from him whether it's his commitment to article 5 of our treaty with nato or even talking to larger issues of climate change. he really missed a lot of opportunities to add to the security or add to the important urgency we have meeting russian
aggression." and the russia controversy only seems to be escalating.the washington post reporting trump's son-in-law and advisor, jared kushner, proposed setting up a secret means of communication with russian officials.sen. lindsey graham/ -r- south carolina: "i think it makes no sense that the russian ambassador would report back to moscow on a channel that he most likely knows we're monitoring." butt sot i've never been more concerned and suspicious about all things russia than i am right now."the president deflected reporter questions about kushner.reporter: "mr. president, did jared try to set up a back channel to the russians?"white house officials have not commented on the report. i'm david daniel reporting. (justine) president trump's son-in-law, jared kushner, is facing allegations of trying to set up a secret back channel with russia. but homeland security secretary john kelly said today...it's "not a big deal." john kelly:"i think any channel - back or otherwise - with a country like russia is a good thing. i mean multiple ways to communicate back and forth is a good thing, and particularly with a country that's russia. so it doesn't doesn't bother me"(justine)
some government officials believe kushner considered the back channel in december. it would've allowed the trump transition team to talk directly to russian military officials about syria and other issues. kushner reportedly discussed the idea with the russian ambassador in the u-s... but the back channel was never set up (justine) government officials may be expanding the laptop ban on airplanes. homeland security secretary john kelly said today he is considering banning laptops from the passenger cabins on all international flight. the decision would dramatically expand a ban announced in march. right now-- electronic devices larger than a cell phone are banned from cabins on some u-s bound flights on seven foreign airlines. (justine) if you use fastrak...you may be owed some money. the bay area toll authority owes drivers more than one million dollars in unclaimed checks.
according to fastrak -- the claims go back to 2005. transit officials say the money is from uncashed checks, overpaid fines or money from accounts which were automatically closed. motorists have until july 11 to claim refunds. after that the bay area toll authority will keep the money. fastrack says there are still more than 60-thousand unclaimed checks... some worth more than one- thousand dollars. we put a link on our website at kron4.com where you can find out how you can claim your money. (justine) coming up... another problem for chipotle.. but this time it's not about the food... a hacker attacked the restaurant chain... ... what you need to know to keep your personal information safe.(justine) and a baby alligator forced to chug beer... the charges the two men behind the abuse are now facing... after the break
(justine) two south carolina men each face a harrasment charge ...after this photo surfaced showing them pouring beer down the throat of an baby alligator. the men admitted to investigators that they picked up the alligator after they saw it crossing a road, forced beer down its throat and watched it swim away in a nearby pond. pictures posted on social media alerted officials the next day. besides the state misdemeanor charge of harrassing wildlife...the duo also face a maximum fine of 300-dollars. (justine) if you're looking for a four-legged friend-- you may want to consider adopting a rabbit. since easter-- the s-p-c-a in monterey county has taken in more than 90 rabbits. some have been rescued by s-p-c-a officers and others were brought in by owners who could no longer care for the animals. for more about adopting a rabbit-- visit kron4-dot-com. (justine) a warning if you ate at chipotle in the last month... the restaurant says their payment system was
hacked, and your information may have been stolen. chipotle discovered the data breach on tuesday. however they say they are now looking at card payments at all of their restaurants between march 24th and april 18th. people who paid with a credit or debit card during that time will be notified if their account is at risk of being compromised. this is the latest problem for chipotle after they are still trying to recover from an e-coli outbreak in 20-15. the breach happened all across the united states.... including here in the bay area. in san jose 13 restaurants are affected... across the bay in oakland... three are affected. and righ here in san francisco... 12 restaurants are affected... for the complete list of all the affected restaurants log onto kron4 dot com. (justine) coming up... it was the man who started the "ice bucket challenge" and raised millions to help find a cure... is now struggling to keep up with the cost of a-l-s care. hear what his family is doing to help battling the
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"ice-bucket challenge" swept the nation several years ago, its impact on a-l-s was massive. more than 17-million people took part in the viral fundraising challenge -- including celebrities from bill gates to oprah winfrey. it resulted in millions of dollars in donations, funding important research on a-l-s. but now, the man behind the ice bucket challenge is facing his own financial hurdles. reporter paul burton explains.
he's credited with raising more than $250 million dollars in the ice bucket challenge to help find a cure for als.now 32 year old pete frates who is still fighting for his life... is also fighting to stay with his family at home.john frates / pete's father: "and we're running anywhere between 85 and 90 thousand dollars a month."reporter: "is the frates family broke because of this?"john frates / pete's father: "any family would be broke because of this."the frates family speaks candidly about the overwhelming 24 hour home-care cost burden to take care of pete.he's on life support at home... his bedroom turned into an i-c-u.... with his daughter and wife by his side. "who's that? daddy."that smile on pete's is what gives him the will to keep fighting. the thought of putting him into a facility away from family is not an option.julie frates / pete's wife: "pete's life would be over"reporter standup: "when pete was first diagnosed the family made a vow no matter what, the problem is its costing this
family 3000-dollars a day something they can no longer afford which is why they are asking reaching out for help." long time family friend and philanthropist rob griffin has teamed up with frates family and als with a new initiative to help raise money specifically for families like pete frates.the -- goal to raise one million dollars.rob griffin / philanthropist: "for pete's sake is to start an initiative to help the frates family and all families and hopefully it takes off on national basis. that's - we're trying to kick it off here in boston."a fundraiser will be held on june 5th in boston for the former boston college star athlete.julie frates / pete's wife: "and i'm just grateful how significant pete has been in this community and we just want to keep him at home with his family." (justine) frates came up with the idea for the "ice bucket challenge" in 20-14. (justine) taking a live look outside at san francisco's embarcadero.... as many are enjoying the memorial day weekend... joining me now is chief meteorologist
brittney shipp with details on what to expect for tomorrow? (anchor) time now to check on our weather... with meterologist lawrence karnow. dry weather and seasonable temperatures are forecast through monday. slight cooling along with a minor chance for showers is expected tuesday and wednesday, but otherwise little change is forecast through the week. just when you thought the giants were turning the season around, they entered the
giants were turning the season around, they entered the weekend on a four-game losing streak. but after getting a win yesterday, the orange and black...looking to start stacking up some victories again. --christian arroyo benched for the second straight game -- he's batting .043 over his last six games --in the second -- gorkys hernandez singles to drive in joe panik... and it extends the giants lead by three -- gorkys finished with a pair of hits. --same inning-- bases full again -- brandon crawford cleans the place up -- double to bring in denard span and nunez. they tuned up dickey....for six hits and seven runs in 6- innings. -- johnny cueto was a different story -- struck out eight and only allowed a run giants win 7-1. moving on the a's-- the green and gold trying to take a series from the yankees in the bronx. --members of the armed forces enjoying a nice afternoon of baseball. --bottom 1st-- how bout this
play. matt holliday with some good contact, but mark canha with better defense. flashes the leather to make the catch and end the inning. --but there was no catching this... 3rd inning - bases loaded, aaron judge...court is in session. the linden native with an opposite field grand slam yanks lead 5-2. --in the 8th, a's down 7-3... khris davis....2-run homer....still not enough though. --yanks win 9-5... finally-- we leave you with a a memorial day weekend tradition, another running of the indianapolis 500. --vice president mike pence on hand to witness the 101st edition of the greatest spectacle in racing. and a frightening moment on lap 53. scott dixon collides with jay howard...and dixon's car just goes flying off the track. fortunately, both drivers were okay. --and we had an ncredible finish. takuma sato....ends up over taking
and boxing out helio castroneves to win by 2-tenths of a second. the 40-year- old is your indy 500 champion.... and it's the first time a driver of japanese descent has won the race. (justine) coming up next... after trying for almost 20 years... a couple in virginia finally got pregnant... and they were blessed with more than just one... details on the couple with sextuplets after the break... [ birds chirping ]
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(vo) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. (justine) after more than a decade struggling to conceive - a couple in virginia got lucky... six times over! it took ajibola (ah-ji-bola) and adeboye (ad-ah-boy-yay) taiwo (tie-wo) 17 years to get pregnant. and they finally welcomed three girls and three boys into their family last
week. the sextuplets were born at 30 weeks and each weighed under three pounds. the taiwo's learned they had successfully conceived in november... but it wasn't until january that the couple discovered they were having sextuplets. on may 11th... a 40 person team successfully deliver the babies by c- section. the hospital says the all six babies are thriving. (justine) take a look at this... a service dog gets a spot in the school yearbook. virginia high school student andrew schalk has type-one diabetes... and his dog "alpha" goes to school with him every day. alpha raises his paw if andrew's blood sugar levels are too high or too low. the black lab ended up getting a headshot of his own when they were taking pictures... and it ended up in the year book. (justine) coming up at the top of the hour.... san jose police shoot and kill a suspect. the sixth officer involved shooting in the city this year. details on what
happened and all the day's big stories.. and your weather -- in half the time -- next at 11. whoa! you're not taking these. hey, hey, hey! you're not taking those. whoa, whoa! you're not taking that. come with me. you're not taking that. you're not taking that. you're not taking that. mom, i'm taking the subaru. don't be late. even when we're not there to keep them safe, our subaru outback will be. (vo) love. it's what makes a subaru, a subaru. story tonight... for the
sixth time this year.. san jose police shoot to kill a suspect. tonight, one man is dead. and another is in police custody. i'm justine waldman.kron4's alecia reid is in san jose ...and has details from the police chief... about why the officers felt they needed to fire their weapons. (pkg) natsot- he was left with no other choiceat least one shot was fired . now a tenant from donner lofts is dead. sot - this is tragic for the suspect and the suspect's family2 san jose officers responded to a call about a disturbance at 158 east st. john street. when they got to the apartment, the suspects inside refused to open the door. police chief eddie garcia says the officers saw flames and smoke seeping
through the cracks and decided to force themselves in.sot - fearing for the lives of the occupants inside, they pushed the door opensot - the investigation determined, the fire was intentionally set by one of the suspects in an effort to deter the officers once inside, san jose's top cop says the officers were immediately confronted by 2 suspects. one was subdued, the other was armed with an axe. at first he discarded it but ..sot - the suspect then rearmed himself with the axe and it was not until he started threatening the officers with the axe, and began to advance on the officers, that the officer was given no other choice than to discharge his firearm in defense of his life and the defense of other lives in the immediate areathe chief says that was a last resort using a taser had no effect on the 35 year old suspect, who police later found out had a history of mental illness.sot - the suspect had numerous priors for